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Tandemkross has released a new AR style chassis for the PC Carbine (not sure if it would work on the PC Charger). It gives you a way to manipulate the magazine release without removing your finger from the pistol grip and lets you use AR Grips and a buffer tube. I ordered one to check it out. I'll post pictures when I get it installed.

https://www.tandemkross.com/PCCarbineChassis

Funny Release video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXwzvhh_hHw




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Looks "broken" with that buffer tube off-kilter.


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Looks "broken" with that buffer tube off-kilter.


Yeah, they said that was to allow a lower mount on the sight. Also why I only bought 1 instead of 2.




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I have the 10/22 takedown charger with the picatinny rear, which I added the PSA triangle brace to. The setup pushes my eye up really high, necessitating an aftermarket scope or red dot. The TK setup looks like it’ll make better use of the factory irons.
 
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Having the stock angled down looks odd but that is how you avoid having the sights mounted really high like on an AR. Your eye needs to be lined up with the sight when your cheek is on the stock or you have to bend your neck down.
 
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It kind of looks like the old Swedish K




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OK, so here is the Tandemkross Upriser with my PC9 Carbine.

PC 9 Right w Upriser by Dave Steier, on Flickr

PC 9 Left w Upriser by Dave Steier, on Flickr

PC 9 Left Detail w Upriser by Dave Steier, on Flickr




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YES, the stock looks awkward, but it really works. It lowers the head to get it down low on the top of the receiver.




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